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ESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1895. FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

UNIVERSITY OF TMICHIGAN, TU

VOL. VI. No. 50.

x i

IONE GUITAR
Is enough for one person to M
I play on at one time. One
guitar is not enough, how-
ever, to supply 3,000 Stu-
) dents. That's why we have
constantly in stock several
I dozens of guitars of various i
makes and prices.
BETTER LOOT( AT OUR
U. OF M. GUITAR. I
It's good as its name.
STHE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO,
S. MAIN ST.
Sheeha'n' s
You can find the largest and most
complete stock of
S*[AIEB'S AND
~YMNSIVMSOIlS
in thin city. We make them to
order, in any color, designs or
style desired.
Agonts for the celebrated
GEO. S, PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN,
Engraved visiting cards we sup-
ply in five days.
S.HEEHAN & LCO.,
30 S. STATE STREET.
-WIL.D. -

TO CHICAGO AND VICTORY.
THE 'VARSITY AND RESERVE
ELEVENS LEAVE TOMORROW.
Fully 300 Students Expect to An-
company Them-Windy City to Do
Herself Proud by Michigan
Thanksgiving.
It now- seemti: probitblietat alarge
niumiber of ,siidi'iiis -will take iilvattitttgi
of liie'rate to (Ciictagofore iii'Tanks-
piving giliii. The tickets will go lnto
eftict en lie seceil traiiiatt.) o'clock
'editesilay iloiniiug anit will lie good
foc returni uiitil midnight. Monday.
The teati will leave ontthlei special
tesis-Wednesiday aiid one car will tic
reserveid for their use as well as oec
ior laities. Itesidhes Macacter Baird,
Cetach Mc'atuley atnd. Trainer File-
patrick, all the 'Varsily and Rtesents
will he taken, icluintg('are, Detaby.
tlooiuiiig-i:on. Matker, Dickcn, Drum-
helter,F(ertlert, (Greenleaf. Hetinigetr,
ttollister, ties, IHall, Hotepee, IC.
Johnusoii, J. Jelinsnia, ERictartis, taikes,
Scitter, Shitelils, Villa, Vet-usn, Went-
baicher, Ftarithami, Moreley and G(ordlon.
'They wsill imaske Iteir' iteadquatter,, at
the ('hicttgtsLeaclthHotel ott Fifiethi
street.
New jerseys have bettortderedh fee
the 'titsily sitd swviairs for the Ite-
sereo', athetty 1re extictet. inii 't-
ciagois ime io fr the gaineit. T'Itoi-
seves' sweaters will hi cruistiented
withlas altnge tinistsead, of the 1M. It.
of luist year, ititkitig a miuclihneater
effect:. The teastis pendsed practice
yesterilty sait will rest iip iuntil
'lTtursiday. ('art wvill be it shattpe tot

INTERESTING ARTICLE.
University Magazine Writes About
Our Graduate School.
'T'he Aitericua University -Mtagtaziine
fee Noeerse hIas just hitnissueid
aind cnltinsaineg tther iteresting
thintgs sit.article cii the 'Giaaiee
Schoolef te Utniversity of 'Miclhtgan,'
liv W1illardt (. Gore. 'Te history of
the graduaite schooil, whatt it Is, stid
issittyother itteres'Ling tintil tire tid-
iirably bresight ciit by the writer.
tandl le also seos sseverail Ipraectil
results of scientlific research freisitle
gradtse coretre. A list of these Film-
denits who have donse extrtaorditntary
worik ina the course is addsed, anidsla
~sort desoriltive si'tiele costa-eniag
etachi ele. The article refers tirietly to
liie grauatuse clutb, gIves a list. of the
subljects lpresen~ttedsaldsdiscsisedldusr-
tng last yeair, and 1etills tse grtaduatte
retisee is'ot'trepresentativ''etart-
isenst of the ~Uiversity.
Theasticle is well writtess anit is
illuistrsatedwith fii' cuts ef the nuts-
eums, litbrtaty, phytsicail lablortolry,
ctamipus ast],icemsicsal lsaboratory. T'Ji'
matgtazinie is especially replette wills
gsood itings this montsisthadalin audt-
lisnotsht l artsicle ontt ie1 iteigasi
University esistalins iity isilei.titg
featuires wichrl ailllieipersedau-ith
pilesusre atid advatattge by till colle'ge
students. It is cite saile'tithlie'vtiouts
unewsttands tattdlbsestcres litreatr2.5
cemits, the sihs.'rtiititfere ea~r
bieig $2.51).
CLEARED $400.
Athletic Association Ahead on the
- eri ae

r
f
L

BOK WAS OFF
When He Attacked Football as a
Brutal Sport.
ThletRose Techstic has the fllow
ii5;; to say citcernititg the atttck o,
foistbtll f Edwtardt Ti'.tok in a re-
cent i sse of the Ladies' Hoee
tJiurisal:
"Mir. EdwtrdTI. tBck, ini an editoilu
ini the Ladiies' hoenJourintl, fosr'No-
vetislir, lis throwin downste gant-
let t the frienslsaitd sadvctates of
the grett Aimericans college gamiet, fot-
ball. It is ai terrible araigimtitai ndl
sill untdoubltedly hlas manty unil-
foreri'd readrs to bill'se tat the
gamae is the coceentraedt essetie of
brutality. But inelligett wrters ott
the suibjet have tintt beis slew tt ts-
tept the chatlleniges'nsho sw thainii
the fas sanitlfigures whlit-hiMr. lik
uses totsuptlii ht il a sgutetitlie has
been grossly -tisiiiforuaei. About tei
best replyltha e have seen is by
C. E. Patterson, of New Yrk, in the
Young Met's Eta, fee Nv. 11. ie
quotes statistics froiat Walter (aisp's
'Football Facts atd Figures' stnttlfront
oilier well knowni sources. lHt'sys:
'11ow'ridicloitus ses M. Blcks tser-
tion)t sorestatesrquoinnof n asr-
tiots that forty-six idet; esuted last
yeatr frtsms college gaies of fottbtl'
ippear' whtentset ver agintthelii'quite
convininig lsistatmet of Prof. hic-
ants, of Ytle, that is thirty yetrle
hsts not knownt of ts footbtl paye
at tat college sustaining tiseiuss
elusists tf theciimmantatrttitttWet
I'ciit~t to lt' effecti unt the gamte has
ist eteits-sdettriietattl to seloltrship
but rathler is bttetit ntl alseatait
to distiplilne anstiof giceti lysical
"' it'coislusiots which lie arives at
it,l tost' iissownwoavrds, ttTithIie
gtamse is not brsuttal,talthoghi 'tfeat
of thi' eitenwisehavie creptitsisit-
doubltedly are."
ANNEEi-NTl.
At liiert'tuiest of a ittige numbetsr
si-io wishitoIsreitnfrent C'ici-tgo n
Sundtasy the Annt ArborsR. It. ii.asi
tigesto sruitsatisptv"itllfroitsAsnssA--
bee to Milan antd retuiss on Suidty to
tieet the ftst Wabtshitrtini leavig
('ica-tgo st ; p. in. Sundaisy. 'its tiait
is to ttke the pler of the special
whirls wassadsvrtised to ru on Mos-
ty. ('hAS.lBAtID, Mgr.
'Tisc Es-riing hittiisouin, of "Mad-
sins. Wts., piroposes that itueteing of
thue representatittves ofthe difrenti
wtsternt footballt'amts hi' caled i-
iueIately after the close of the setsn
for tile purpose of discussing the rules
stuatd revising them to suit the cesters
gamet'

THE LEADINGmst TAILORenttrain for thosse At lt'sueettuag of the suthetic t1iird
-AND IMPORTER. reutnin huiltpoably be the oune litrastitht tile tre'assurer-reptorted a suet
The latest and most Fashionable awhilthi lutiss('icagu ait. 1 oclocks trotit uof natrl-y $400outthue Detrssit
Foreign Fabrics for Men's Wear.estye-sigstd ete atAtagse.I.. -slratehrt'hhe-
The Largest Stoc'k in the City. Au-bce it S is- it. A ,sperialtrtttavi iluteorfrotu inte nrieil deparstmuentvale
hut'rustsSuusay ft-oust Mittnothsu eii-As. L. Str('lhey, resigited.
10. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST., NEAR MAIN.AssArireitit stsciusa flicii liii' tie for clauss rchsaisiou-
W I iI~~.1IE~. this'Wa''bashilraisn waicthi arrivssthsu--stl sr-ta-u-itetSeen su8sand'C~il saw sass usst-
at 2:51) p. usn. poeunusatiltfter Thiaikstia-iitg.
(aae hustles tBairdl rece-iveduh u
A A H vv n'< S tt uosig siii 't li'Webster Society.
- l et-iousttiarrye T . t. <itis I 'hittu-
?I Th heWebsater society awill lihlits
Special sale this aweek, tattned ssmist estingli Cfacts titiserti- t-htttsiyubti t ,usuit a-i
Illustratedhagte comting gruime there '~hz hiss-. iDes-. 2, its tplsce sitthis Weihues-
isig. I-he ssirthis'(hicsago taletihsialts-ayreensligas annuedu'uhbefor~e.
G IFT B 0 IS sot done iuurhsoutdioor aorkls t steels.'ilium' us-c tutreuare -oreuetrissints le ot
U ~ ~ ~ hu~utas-ras fresh andsi determuuinesd to sals. tctslutist itsatny of use olhseis ands
Standlard and Miscellan eous Books, (oreiu u uosinefrail-eitesouhl result intshlii'choosinig of
Calenders and Diaries for 1896. attendansce hue satys sit rite setles'- trontcugtmen. The ceutestants sit-
Juvenile and Toy, Books, signsetd to the Chicaigo studhents halve Mlesses. Butllets. Ver't, M1cc;tusi . hytat,
Teacher's Bibles.' Largest lien takenu long ago. There will be Ziuituer. Bradtley, Beas, Mrctaskramt,
stock ina the city, 1,000 popu- h~ ie largest ussseiltulage of tilly-tie, ike ok ,a 5cns.eah.Alhsighst, Wilkes tunsd D. NAT.('hat-k.
lar boks a 25 ints ach. traps and sw-eliltursucuts ever seent at 'hes jusdgies asittlhueive maemsbasesitt
a l5 ike occaesin in rise West. thur last faculty stud Prsofessors Jhit-
"VV A H ~ 9 S V The literary-tsocieties wtllsthe ece P- soi, MerhTa1mnh'inspass tu d i 1-lToghs'
Up Tows, Dews Tows. iost of the Websster Society c-ill lo~t ishave ailready consented to atwithsil
Unhversy;Bookstore, OppatsCouirt House I hold utuetings lisswaeek. -oesnshr

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